Argonaut 1928

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The Argonaut - January 6th, 1928 Christmas tour (pg 1, c7) | Tau Kappa Epsilon (TKE) (pg 1, c5) | University of Idaho - Expansion (pg 1, c1)
Basketball; Tau Kappa Epsilon (TKE); University of Idaho - Expansion;
The Argonaut - January 10th, 1928 Freshmen team vs. Moscow High School (pg 1, c2)
Basketball;
The Argonaut - January 17th, 1928 Absentee rulings (pg 1, c7) | American Association of Civil Engineers (pg 1, c2) | Freshmen team vs. Lewiston High School (pg 4, c1) | Varsity team vs. Spokane Sparklers (pg 1, c3)
Absentee rulings; American Association of Civil Engineers; Basketball;
The Argonaut - January 20th, 1928 Coed - Rules regulating conduct (pg 1, c7) | Debate - Freshmen U of I vs. Freshmen WSC (pg 1, c6) | Freshman team vs. Endicott High School (pg 4, c4)
Coed - Rules regulating conduct; Debate - Freshmen vs. Freshmen WSC; Basketball;
The Argonaut - January 24th, 1928 Construction (pg 1, c2) | Extension conference (pg 1, c1) | Photo (pg 1, c3) | University of Idaho president, 1920-1928. Photo (pg 1, c3)
Memorial gymnasium; Extension conference; Historical - Semicentennia; Upham, A.H. (Alfred);
The Argonaut - February 14th, 1928 Freshman team vs. Bellingham Normal (pg 1, c5) | University of Idaho vs. University of Maine (pg 1, c3) | Varsity team vs. University of Washington (pg 1, c5)
Basketball; Women's rifle team; Basketball;
The Argonaut - February 17th, 1928 Photo (pg 1, c2) | Photo (pg 4, c1) | Varsity team vs. Washington State College (pg 4, c1)
Thornhill, Harold (Shorty); Stowell, Harold; Basketball;
The Argonaut - February 21st, 1928 Class of 1931 (pg 1, c2) | Photo (pg 1, c4) | Varsity team vs. University of Oregon, Eugene (pg 4, c1)
Class of 1931; Lindley, E.K. (Prex); Basketball;
The Argonaut - February 24th, 1928 Basketball (pg 1, c7) | Debate - Women - U of I vs. OAC (pg 1, c2) | Freshmen team vs. North Idaho Junior College (pg 4, c4) | Freshmen team vs. WSC freshmen (pg 4, c1) | Varsity team vs. Oregon State College, Corvallis (pg 1, c1)
Basketball; Debate - Women - vs. OAC; Basketball;
The Argonaut - February 28th, 1928 Construction (pg 1, c4) | Debate - Women - U of I vs. OAC (pg 1, c1)
Memorial gymnasium; Debate - Women - vs. OAC;
The Argonaut - March 2nd, 1928 Basketball (pg 1, c3) | Photo (pg 1, c3) | University of Idaho vs. University of Delaware (pg 1, c7)
Basketball; Burgher, Darwin; Canine, Herbert; McMillin, Frank; Women's rifle team;
The Argonaut - March 6th, 1928 Debate - U of I vs. Gonzaga (pg 1, c4) | Debate - U of I vs. Utah Agricultural College (pg 1, c1) | Freshmen team vs. WSC freshmen (pg 1, c6) | LDS seminary - Construction (pg 1, c5)
Debate - vs. Gonzaga; Debate - vs. Utah Agricultural College; Basketball; LDS seminary - Construction;
The Argonaut - March 20th, 1928 University of Idaho vs. Washington State College (pg 4, c1)
Wrestling;
The Argonaut - January 27th, 1928 Construction (pg 1, c6) | Photo (pg 1, c4) | Varsity team vs. University of Washington (pg 1, c4)
Memorial gymnasium; Kelley, Frederick J.; Basketball;
The Argonaut - March 27th, 1928 Debate - U of I vs. Marquette University (pg 1, c3) | Living groups (pg 1, c4)
Debate - vs. Marquette University; Grade Averages;
The Argonaut - March 30th, 1928 Debate - U of I vs. University of Oregon (pg 4, c5) | Debate - U of I vs. University of Washington (pg 4, c5) | Intramural Swimming (pg 1, c2) | Photo (pg 1, c3)
Debate - vs. University of Oregon; Debate - vs. University of Washington; Intramural Swimming; Kelley, Mrs. F.J.;
The Argonaut - April 3rd, 1928 Intramural Swimming (pg 1, c5) | University of Idaho vs. Washington State College (pg 1, c7)
Intramural Swimming; Wrestling;
The Argonaut - April 10th, 1928 Construction (pg 1, c1) | LDS seminary - Construction (pg 1, c6) | Varsity team vs. Lewiston Normal (pg 1, c3) | Varsity team vs. Orofino Athletic club (pg 1, c3)
Memorial gymnasium; LDS seminary - Construction; Baseball;
The Argonaut - April 13th, 1928 Associated Women Students (pg 1, c5)
Associated Women Students;
The Argonaut - April 17th, 1928 Advertising club (pg 1, c6) | Debate - U of I vs. Whitman (pg 1, c4) | Debate - Women - U of I vs. University of Oregon (pg 1, c5) | Thomson, Francis A. (pg 1, c2) | Varsity team vs. Whitman College (pg 1, c4)
Advertising club; Debate - vs. Whitman; Debate - Women - vs. University of Oregon; Thomson, Francis A.; Baseball;
The Argonaut - April 20th, 1928 New house (pg 1, c1) | Photo (pg 4, c1)
Alpha Tau Omega; Geddes, Norma; Honeywell, Alene; Morris, Mary Mable; Perry, Mildred;
The Argonaut - April 24th, 1928 Sketch (pg 1, c3) | Varsity team vs. Gonzaga (pg 4, c1)
Alpha Tau Omega; Baseball;
The Argonaut - February 3rd, 1928 Epsilon Sigma Phi (pg 1, c2) | Faculty, Department of Agriculture, U of I (pg 1, c3) | Photo (pg 1, c2) | Photo (pg 1, c6) | University of Idaho vs. Oklahoma A and M (pg 1, c6) | University of Idaho vs. University of Wyoming (pg 1, c6) | Varsity team vs. Gonzaga University (pg 1, c7) | Varsity team vs. Montana State University, Bozeman (pg 4, c2)
Epsilon Sigma Phi; Hungerford, Charles William; Jacoby, Glenn J. 'Red'; Greene, George; Rifle match; Rifle match; Basketball;
The Argonaut - February 10th, 1928 Varsity team vs. Washington State College (pg 2, c3)
Basketball;
The Argonaut - April 27th, 1928 Varsity team vs. Gonzaga (pg 4, c2)
Baseball;
The Argonaut - May 11th, 1928 Intramural Tennis (pg 1, c1) | Photo (pg 1, c4) | Senior picnic (pg 3, c3) | University of Idaho vs. Washington State college (pg 1, c6) | Varsity team vs. Whitman College (pg 1, c3)
Intramural Tennis; Cleaver, Donald; Senior picnic; Track; Baseball;
The Argonaut - May 15th, 1928 Song and stunt fest (pg 1, c1) | Varsity team vs. University of Montana (pg 1, c7)
Song and stunt fest; Baseball;
The Argonaut - May 18th, 1928 Campus Day (pg 1, c2) | Varsity team vs. University of Montana (pg 1, c3)
Campus Day; Baseball;
The Argonaut - May 22nd, 1928 Construction (pg 1, c4) | University of Idaho vs. Montana University (pg 1, c3) | University of Idaho vs. Whitman (pg 1, c3) | Varsity team vs. Washington State College (pg 1, c5)
Memorial gymnasium; Track; Tennis; Baseball;
The Argonaut - May 25th, 1928 Photo (pg 1, c3) | Science hall - southern branch (pg 1, c4) | University of Idaho vs. Washington State college (pg 1, c6)
Alpha Phi; Science hall - southern branch; Tennis;
The Argonaut - May 29th, 1928 Alpha Tau Delta (pg 1, c7) | Faculty tournament (pg 1, c7) | Freshmen team vs. WSC freshmen team (pg 4, c5) | University of Idaho vs. Washington State College (pg 4, c1) | Varsity team vs. Washington State College (pg 1, c5)
Alpha Tau Delta; Tennis; Baseball; Tennis; Baseball;
The Argonaut - June 1st, 1928 Alumni day (pg 3, c4) | Commencement week - schedule (pg 1, c1) | Construction (pg 1, c2) | Kappa Phi (pg 1, c6) | Varsity team vs. Gonzaga (pg 1, c5)
Alumni day; Commencement week - schedule; Memorial gymnasium; Kappa Phi; Baseball;
The Argonaut - May 1st, 1928 All engineer's day (pg 1, c7) | Idaho, WSC, Gonzaga (pg 1, c1) | Little International (pg 4, c1) | Varsity team vs. Washington State College (pg 4, c1)
All engineer's day; Track; Little International; Baseball;
The Argonaut - September 24th, 1928 Education honorary (pg 1, c3) | Freshmen directors (pg 5, c4) | Identification, ASUI - registration photo (pg 4, c2) | LDS Institute of Religion (pg 1, c2) | Memorial gymnasium (pg 1, c5) | Photo (pg 1, c1) | Registration - Procedure (pg 1, c3) | Registration - Procedure (pg 1, c7) | Rushing week - rules (pg 1, c4) | Student handbook (pg 5, c1)
Kappa Delta Pi; Freshmen directors; Identification, ASUI - registration photo; LDS Institute of Religion; Memorial gymnasium; Kelley, Frederick J.; Registration - Procedure; Registration - Procedure; Rushing week - rules; Student handbook;
The Argonaut - October 2nd, 1928 Class of 1932 (pg 1, c2) | Entrance test - English (pg 4, c3) | Faculty, Dean of faculty, University of Idaho (pg 1, c2) | Faculty, U of I Dept. of Geology (pg 2, c1) | Hite, Thomas H. (pg 2, c2) | LDS Institute of Religion (pg 2, c4) | Memorial gymnasium (pg 1, c4) | Miller, Edward C. (pg 2, c2) | Pan-Hellenic council (pg 1, c3) | Photo (pg 1, c4) | Professor of Mines. University of Idaho (pg 2, c2) | R.O.T.C. band (pg 2, c2) | Rifle range (pg 1, c6) | UI vs. Montana State University (pg 6, c1)
Class of 1932; Entrance test - English; Eldridge, J.G.; Anderson, Dr. Alfred L.; Hite, Thomas H.; LDS Institute of Religion; Memorial gymnasium; Miller, Edward C.; Pan-Hellenic council; Erb, Charles E.; Staley, W.W.; R.O.T.C. band; Rifle range; Football;
The Argonaut - October 5th, 1928 Kappa Alpha Theta (pg 1, c1) | Living groups (pg 1, c1) | Memorial gymnasium (pg 2, c3)
Kappa Alpha Theta; Grade Averages; Memorial gymnasium;
The Argonaut - October 9th, 1928 Hulme fight (pg 3, c2) | Intramural volleyball (pg 4, c1) | R.O.T.C. (pg 1, c6) | Rushing week - rules (pg 1, c1) | Scholarship cups - University of Idaho (pg 2, c2) | UI vs. Gonzaga (pg 1, c7)
Hulme fight; Intramural volleyball; R.O.T.C.; Rushing week - rules; Scholarship cups - University of Idaho; Football;
The Argonaut - October 12th, 1928 Blue key (pg 1, c4) | Class of 1929 (pg 1, c5) | Debate, Intramural (pg 1, c2) | Department of Music (pg 1, c1) | Faculty, School of Mines, U of I (pg 3, c2) | Intramural volleyball (pg 4, c1) | Memorial gymnasium (pg 1, c4) | University Symphony orchestra (pg 1, c5) | Women students annual walk out (pg 2, c3)
Blue key; Class of 1929; Debate, Intramural; Department of Music; Fahrenwald, A.W.; Intramural volleyball; Memorial gymnasium; University Symphony orchestra; Women students annual walk out;
The Argonaut - October 16th, 1928 National rifle match (pg 1, c4) | Town Women's Association (pg 1, c1) | University of Idaho vs. Whitman College (pg 1, c5)
National rifle match; Town Women's Association; Football;
The Argonaut - October 19th, 1928 Alpha Tau Omega (pg 1, c4) | BARBS (Barbarians-nongreeks) (pg 1, c7) | Intramural volleyball (pg 1, c6) | Pledging rules (pg 1, c3)
Alpha Tau Omega; BARBS (Barbarians-nongreeks); Intramural volleyball; Pledging rules;
The Argonaut - October 23rd, 1928 Advertising club (pg 1, c4) | Freshmen vs. University of Washington freshmen (pg 2, c3) | Town Women's Association (pg 1, c2) | University of Idaho vs. Stanford University (pg 4, c1)
Advertising club; Football; Town Women's Association;
The Argonaut - May 4th, 1928 All engineer's day (pg 1, c1) | ASUI-Officers (pg 1, c6) | Photo (pg 1, c3) | Photo (pg 4, c2)
All engineer's day; ASUI-Officers; Crawford, Ivan C.; Cleaver, Donald;
The Argonaut - May 8th, 1928 All engineer's day (pg 1, c3) | University of Idaho freshmen vs. Washington State College freshmen (pg 4, c1) | University of Idaho vs. University of Washington (pg 4, c1)
All engineer's day; Track - University of Idaho; Track;
The Argonaut - October 26th, 1928 Alpha Tau Omega (pg 2, c3) | Enrollment - University of Idaho (pg 1, c1) | Harvard club prize (pg 1, c3) | Intramural volleyball (pg 4, c2) | Photo (pg 1, c2) | Photo (pg 1, c6)
Alpha Tau Omega; Enrollment - University of Idaho; Harvard club prize; Intramural volleyball; Burgher, Darwin; Robertson, Fred;
The Argonaut - November 9th, 1928 Ellis, Ernest W. (pg 1, c5) | Intramural track (pg 1, c7) | Pacific International Livestock Expo. - University of Idaho (pg 1, c1) | Tennis (pg 1, c3)
Ellis, Ernest W.; Intramural track; Pacific International Livestock Expo. - University of Idaho; Tennis;
The Argonaut - November 16th, 1928 Freshmen vs. Ellensburg Normal (pg 4, c1) | Pacific International Livestock Expo. - University of Idaho (pg 1, c6) | Photo (pg 1, c5) | Religions census (pg 1, c1)
Football; Pacific International Livestock Expo. - University of Idaho; Erb, Charles E.; Religions census;
The Argonaut - November 20th, 1928 Freshmen vs. Cheney Normal (pg 4, c3) | Memorial gymnasium (pg 1, c3) | University of Idaho vs. University of Montana (pg 1, c1)
Football; Memorial gymnasium;
The Argonaut - November 23rd, 1928 Delta Chi (pg 1, c3)
Delta Chi;
The Argonaut - November 27th, 1928 University of Idaho vs. WSC (pg 1, c7)
Football;
The Argonaut - November 30th, 1928 Gifts to University of Idaho (pg 1, c4) | Pacific Coast conference (pg 1, c4)
Gifts to University of Idaho; Pacific Coast conference;
The Argonaut - December 4th, 1928 B formation (pg 4, c2)
Football;
The Argonaut - October 30th, 1928 Cannon - University of Idaho (pg 1, c5) | Publication (pg 1, c6) | University of Idaho vs. UCLA (pg 1, c4)
Cannon - University of Idaho; Idaho engineer; Football;
The Argonaut - December 7th, 1928 Debate - U of I vs. Montana State University (pg 1, c1) | Probation (pg 1, c7)
Debate - vs. Montana State University; Grades;
The Argonaut - December 11th, 1928 Men's Glee club (pg 1, c1) | Photo (pg 1, c4) | Rhodes (pg 1, c4)
Men's Glee club; Jennings, Farnsworth; Scholarships;
The Argonaut - December 14th, 1928 Debate - U of I vs. Montana State University (pg 4, c2) | Intramural volleyball (pg 1, c2)
Debate - vs. Montana State University; Intramural volleyball;
The Argonaut - December 18th, 1928 Co-ed (pg 1, c1) | Photo (pg 1, c4)
Pep Band; Honeywell, Alene;
The Argonaut - November 2nd, 1928 Horton, George E. (pg 1, c4) | Photo (pg 1, c2) | Photo (pg 1, c3) | Photo (pg 1, c4) | Photo (pg 1, c6) | Photo (pg 4, c1) | Photo (pg 4, c3) | Photo (pg 4, c5)
Horton, George E.; Erb, Charles E.; Kershisnik, (Bill); Burgher, Darwin; Sumpter, Castleman Harvey (Fat); Robertson, Fred; Hutchinson, Paul; Kirkpatrick, Lester; Brimhall, Maurice; Diehl, Gordon; Martin, Elmer (Irish);
The Argonaut - November 6th, 1928 Harvard club prize (pg 1, c5) | House decorations (pg 1, c4) | Memorial gymnasium (pg 1, c7) | University of Idaho vs. WSC (pg 1, c1)
Harvard club prize; Homecoming; Memorial gymnasium; Football;
The Argonaut - August 18th, 1928 Alpha Phi (pg 5, c1) | Blue Bucket Inn (pg 8, c2) | Campus streets paved (pg 5, c2) | Davis, John (pg 2, c2) | Delta Chi (pg 8, c1) | Diehl, Charles (pg 6, c3) | Drawing (pg 8, c1) | Enrollment (pg 1, c6) | Extension - summer vocation camps (pg 7, c4) | Faculty, U of I Dept. of Geology (pg 2, c2) | Garland, Jasper V. (pg 1, c2) | Hawkes, Helen (pg 2, c4) | Heal plant stack (pg 5, c0) | Honeywell, Alene (pg 2, c3) | Honnold, Helen (pg 2, c2) | Hutchinson, Ralph F. (pg 7, c3) | Keith, Mark M. (pg 2, c3) | Kirkpatrick, Lester (pg 6, c4) | Kissane, Donald (pg 2, c1) | Larson, Junius (pg 2, c2) | LDS Institute of Religion (pg 2, c0) | Memorial gymnasium (pg 8, c3) | Mueller, Walter (pg 2, c3) | Nicholson, C.N. (pg 2, c2) | Peterson, Walter L. (pg 2, c4) | Photo (pg 1, c4) | Photo (pg 2, c1) | Photo (pg 2, c3) | Photo (pg 2, c4) | Photo (pg 6, c2) | Photo (pg 6, c3) | Photo (pg 6, c4) | Photo (pg 7, c1) | Photo of frame (pg 1, c0) | Registration fees (pg 8, c4) | Retherford, J.E. (pg 2, c2) | Science hall (pg 1, c0) | Student. Photo (pg 2, c2) | University of Idaho - Expansion (pg 1, c1) | Welsh, Iva (pg 2, c4)
Alpha Phi; Blue Bucket Inn; Campus streets paved; Davis, John; Delta Chi; Diehl, Charles; Alpha Tau Omega; University of Idaho - Southern branch; Extension - summer vocation camps; Anderson, Dr. Alfred L.; Garland, Jasper V.; Hawkes, Helen; University of Idaho - Southern branch buildings; Honeywell, Alene; Honnold, Helen; Hutchinson, Ralph F.; Keith, Mark M.; Kirkpatrick, Lester; Kissane, Donald; Larson, Junius; LDS Institute of Religion; Memorial gymnasium; Mueller, Walter; Nicholson, C.N.; Peterson, Walter L.; Kelley, Frederick J.; Beresford, Hobart; Jones, Irving W.; kersey, Helen R.; Brossard, Josephine; Heflebower, Richard B.; Burgher, Darwin; Kershisnik, (Bill); Sumpter, Castleman Harvey (Fat); Hutchinson, Paul; Price, Walter; Brimhall, Maurice; Robertson, Fred; Plastino, Felix; Memorial gymnasium; Registration fees; Retherford, J.E.; University of Idaho - Southern branch buildings; Remsberg, John D.; University of Idaho - Expansion; Welsh, Iva;
January 13rd, 1928 Merrill is named general Chairman song, stunt fest: Alice Ross and Alene Honeywell lead senior class committees; Air Service to stage exams: Advanced Military graduates will be eligible to take exams held next month; Dr. Will Durant, Philosopher, will speak here Jan. 28: Brought here by American Association of University Women; AG. Dean on tour Southern Idaho: Will make several speeches telling of his world tour; Considering three men for President succeeding Upham: Dr. F. M. Padelford, former english professor is being considered; Turnbow heads creamery group: Idaho 1916 graduate to production manager of Coast organizations made invention; Official Farewell to Upham given at big reception: Faculty present them with four-piece Gorham Silver Service; Awards presented at next assembly: Football sweaters and numerals and decoration cups are main items; Sparklers here Saturday night: Spokane men play third of series with Vandals to settle 1928 title; Home Economics field attractive: No field offers greater possibilities to businesswoman, says expert; General electric selects two men: William Reeves and Stephen Blore get fellowship jobs with Eastern Company; Fifty answer first track call: All events represented with large distance squad assured; Pep band concert to be postponed: Band is somewhat inactive due to illness of Sam Hutchings; School of Music on par with best: New curriculum meets standards set by Music Association; Maud A. Miner to read on Tuesday: Will give Robinson’s ‘ The White-headed Boy’ as part of program here; Frosh hear of University plan: President A. H. Upham addresses joint meeting of lecture classes on ‘Idaho and the University’; Military ball lacking date: Exact date not chosen yet, but all committee have been appointed; F. Auger elected to head Knights: Dan McGrath Scribe and Ed Springer, ex-chancellor, are other officers of organization; ‘U’ graduate is here from China: The  Rev. J. C. Jensen did missionary and educational work in Orient daring past several years; O. C. Chrisman here on visit: Son of Col. Chrisman, former Idaho student been stationed at Honolulu til last Fall; Barnwell here to meet Episcopals: Banquet honoring Mr. Barnwell will be given at Moscow Hotel next Tuesday; New Oscillator for Chem division: Vreeland instrument for research purposes installed to University recently; Rifle team has two shoots soon: Fire against Wyoming and Oklahoma A. and M. in Triangle match January 23 and 28; Alpha Kappa Psi will initiate six: Ceremony will be held at Blue Bucket next Tuesday evening, followed by banquet; Ellsworth names two committees: Cup and gown and senior announcement groups at listed by fourth year executive; Idaho wrestlers plan 4 matches: Squad of it works out regularly with W. S. C. meet planned for February; Varsity foreseen in coming plays: All-girl cast will feature one, while four different presentations to be given (p3); Filipinos will debate freedom: Americans and Islanders will argue Independence question Saturday evening (p3); Boy thought deaf is trained to hear: “Talked” in pantomime until taken to school (p4); Bury lunch for prehistoric dog: Indians’ custom revealed in finding of Bones; “The Woman Pays-,” For date at Whitman (p4); German scientists find secrets of Hittites (p4)
Football; Blue Bucket; Missionary work; Freedom; History; Military
March 9th, 1928 Opal Garrett wins maximum points in swimming meet: Takes four first places in girls meet last night; 1200 subscribe to 1928 annual: Will print 1800 if 50 more are ordered by middle of next week; Arnold is nominee for place vacant on executive body: Will be elected in about two weeks, says Click; Danger! Do not go in new gym!; Lindley Hall wins first tilt of title series Wednesday: Defeats Kappa Sigma 29 to 9 in Intramural hoop finals; Begin work on Ag livestock show: Preliminary arrangements for Little International Livestock Show being made, Nibler is manager; No more special argonauts, edict of board Tuesday: Executive body decides all future editions to be by regular staff; Highest forensic honor received: Idaho-Marquette arguments published in 1928 debate annual; To draw up rules governing courts: Executive board committee working on regulations for use tennis courts; Concrete block strikes carpenter: Gym worker knocked unconscious Thursday by falling piece; May 4 selected as “Engineers’ Day”: Engineers,Foresters and miners in project, Beebe in charge; Grad’s department gets recognition: Dillion home economics school honored under Bernice Hirschman; Opportunities to foresters shown: Faculty members and representatives of timber concerns speak; “Casa Espanola” here next summer: Professors Howe and Vasquez will direct spanish house at summer school; Eight hoop men awarded letters: Jacoby, Greene and Canine win three-year sweaters, Burgher second; S.A.I. to give weekly feature: Will present musicales at Kenworthy Theatre each Saturday; Women’s rifle team has good standing: Won from Nevada and Delaware, losing to Maine and Washington; R.O.T.C. Officers will be feted: Dinner Dance to be given by Scabbard and Blade for inspecting officers; Chenoweth gives talk before club: Speaks to Cosmopolitan Club on subject, “Cosmopolitanism, a Spiritual Value”; Joint meeting on plant pathology: Faculty members and students of W.S.C. Department here to discuss research problems; Miss E. Johnson to tour Europe: Home economics instructor plans to attend art contest in Prague this summer; U. women may go to town dance: Dean of Women says University Women may attend Moscow High School benefit dance tonight; Name Miss Jensen A.A.U.W. delegate: To represent local branch at Spokane Conference in April, meeting next Tuesday; Mrs. Iddings talks to faculty women: Around-the -world tour is topic of address before the club Tuesday afternoon; Recondition ad building courts: Work to start in short time on Four Squares West of structure (p3); Student recital is slated for Sunday: Violin, piano, and vocal students to appear in afternoon (p3); Battle of Brains and Brawn to be staged in Ag Lawyer contest (p3); Athletic expansion program at W.S.C.: Plans cal for $125,000 field house and enlarges coach staff (p4)
Swimming; Construction; Forestry; Music; Sports
March 13rd, 1928 Dean Kelly wins Oregon educators’ praise and faith: Assert Kelly will be outstanding college President in West; Girls must sign for tournament: Single elimination for class tennis teams, Miss Wirt to teach new class; Hoop championship to Lindley Hall’s undefeated squad: Take two straight games from Kappa Sigs in finals; Iddings gives good report: Shows successful work in extension service advancement after recent tour of state; Idaho graduates hold high places in state schools: Majority of administrative positions held by University Men and Women; Hickman back from trip South: Head of Animal Husbandry Department visits extension substations throughout South Idaho; Dean Dale resigns, will head business school at Miami U.: Appointment effective September 1, will be here for Summer School; Pick committees for dance Fete: W.A.A. annual program to be given March 29 in auditorium; First Foresters’ meeting is held: Sixty-five officials here Saturday, represented Government offices; Six of nine teams picked for tourney: Pocatello in readiness for basketball tournament this week; Idaho grad will address miners: Bayard S. Morrow,’06, will speak at Associated Miners’ Meeting; AG-Lawyer game promises thrills: Rival school meet in traditional clash Wednesday afternoon; Gem cover pictures spirit of “Edaho” Indian and Rising Sun only design on cover of yearbook; Borah suggests memorial here: Urges Idahoans in Washington to start move to honor pioneers; Canadian will talk tomorrow: Dr. C. H. Clark, Canadian Educator, will address university assembly tomorrow; Literary yearbook possible at Idaho: Winged helmet plans new venture, three pledges named; L.D.S. Church to cooperate with U.: Sessions says new seminary faculty may attend summer school; A.I.E.E. meeting held Wednesday: Plan to participate in Idaho Engineers’ Day to be held on May 4; Campus cooks form social organization: Culinary artist of group houses organize “C.C.” Club, Mrs. John Henderson elected president; Graduate Club holds banquet: Second Annual Banquet held at Blue Bucket Inn Thursday evening, music and dance on program; Easter vacation from April 6 to 9 Northern Pacific offers special three dollar rate for group of 100 or more; Neidig stops here on business trip: Research Chemist on leave of absence stops here on way to visit smelters in west; Barton talks to women students: Psychology professor addresses Associated Women Students’ meeting on Character Development”; Expelled at Minn. for cutting Army: Non-attendance is punishable by expulsion from the University; Miss Johnson will tour Europe Asia: Faculty member of home economics department to spend coming summer abroad; Name maximum fee for “Society”: Student Council at Lafayette College limits social events to $5.00; Student recital is well received: Varied program presented by music pupils in Sunday concert (p2); Idaho W.S.C. plant pathologists meet: Second joint meeting this year, J. M. Raeder elected president (p4)
Greek life; Summer school; Plant pathology; Blue Bucket
March 16th, 1928 Regulations for tennis courts are passed by board: Two sets of rules regulate use of asphalt and dirt courts; Four plays set for March 22, 23: One- act productions billed are “The Killer”, “The Melancholy Dame”, “A cup of tea”, “Miss Tassy”; Dorothy Hall new chairman of Big Sister Movement: Will appoint ten captains, announce list in co-ed Argonaut; Many to attend A.A.U.W. meeting: Miss K. Jensen and Mrs. Blomquist official delegates, hear latest in interior modes; Lawyers down Ags 31-15 Wednesday in annual classic: Traditional hoop contest lives up to old records for roughness; Group tennis to be started soon: Begin intramural tournament as soon as weather permits, trophy to house winning doubles; Independent asks Idaho mock vote on Nation’s Chief: Blue Key Fraternity will handle students and faculty voting; Straight a grades to seventeen here: Nine seniors on list, but only one freshman, other grades soon; American schools more liberal than European colleges: Institutions of higher learning under absolute Government control; Northern teams in tourney lead: Coeur d’Alene and Moscow are undefeated, Salmon, Grace eliminated; Idaho grapplers ready for W.S.C.: Will meet Cougar squad here Saturday afternoon; Girls take part in style display: University Women act as models, show at Davids’ today; Hall enjoys singles day’s quarantine: One light case of Smallpox found at Ridenbaugh Hall; Aquatic meet for men on March 28: All groups may enter teams in intramural swimming contest; Plans baseball trip to S. Idaho: Coach Rich Fox in South at present time arranging schedule; Special election set for March 21: Junior man to be named to executive board to fill vacancy; Phi Alpha Delta pledges Poulton: George Paulson reports on National Convention at Monday meeting, formal party planned; Engineers hear Harvey J. Smith: Moscow City Engineer tell of past days of University and of small town engineering problems; Frosh appoint new committees: Yearling president names song and stunt groups, list dance committeemen; Frosh numerals to be presented:Several other awards to be given out at next ASUI assembly April 2, says Click; Dale visits high school in South: Fourteen high schools on his itinerary, will be gone about two weeks; New books have plenty of kicks: English Club book shelf gets eight books by famous authors (p2); Atkeson named as Cattle Judge: Faculty member given place on first list of approved judges by American Jersey Cattle Club (p2); Blue Bucket has futuristic issue: Third issue will be on campus next Tuesday, novel effects will be featured (p3); “Rainbow gone mad” is color of costumes for dance  festival (p4); Idaho to enter national shoot: Receive no official notification but targets arrive for R.O.T.C. competition (p4); Frosh to be wearers of the Green Saturday (p4); Spurs will give St. Patrick’s Tea (p4)
Tennis; Greek life; Basketball; Smallpox; Plays; St. Patrick’s Day
March 23rd, 1928 One-act plays are well received by large audience: Much variety is found in group of four presented last night; Weber College debate his last: Herbert Wunderlich makes final forensic appearance on Idaho floor here Wednesday; Allen goes North to arrange for Glee Club tour: Will attempt to schedule performances in north Idaho towns; Work on junior prom progresses: Preliminary work completed and invitations mailed to list of distinguished guests; Stoddard King at assembly reads original poetry: Keeps audience in uproar laughter with clever line; Last mixer is set for Tuesday: Dancing and other entertainment on program junior week plans will be discussed; Debate against Marquette will mark high level: Idaho group at peak of season when meet Easterners Monday; Little interest in straw voting: Need more votes in Presidential Campaign, balloting ends tomorrow; Matrix bids to be issued soon: Banquet honoring junior women will be held at Moscow hotel; Variation is shown in dance festival: “Taps and Terpsichore” to be presented Thursday night; Plans made for music contest: Group houses will draw lots for high school guests; Merchants pass credit measure: Students must show ASUI cards to cash checks or get credit; Student hikes to Florida in 16 days: Lyman S. Houlton averages 245 miles per day, total cost $35; Students win in essay contest: Three given honorable mention in National Laundryowners prize competition; Commissions due to eleven seniors: R.O.T.C. Fourth-year students to get reserve positions on June 6; Both sexes to fire with W.S.C.: Men and Women units here will meet Cougar teams March 31 at Pullman; Arnold named on executive board: Elected junior representative at special election Wednesday; Graduate student writes text book: Charles A. Michaels in Department of Agronomy, writes book on “Field Crops and Weeds.”; Dr. Gray of Moscow gets real honor: Moscow Optometrist is elected to membership in Beta Sigma Kappa, National Honorary Fraternity; Dean Messenger to St. Maries meet: Will deliver two talks before county teachers association on March 23; Dean speaks to Sigma Tau group: Dean Crawford speaks on “Obligations of an Engineer” before meeting of Honorary Society; Siggin’s jokes in College papers: Five jokes from “Idaho Albert” appear in this week’s humor section of intercollegiate press; Three will go to Y.M.C.A. meeting: Norma Geddes, Dorothy Frederickson and Ada Henry will represent Idaho at Convention; A.A.U.W. addressed by Miss Johnson: Comfort to be keynote in home furnishings of the future, she points out; One dollar buys campus standing: Women awaits eagerly bids to dine with elite (p2); Many Idahoans in sunny California: University of Idaho Club of Southern California meets monthly (p2); Thousand students will write essays: Forestry Conservation Program will see state high schools in prize essay race (p3); Spring football starts Monday: Thirty candidates drawing equipment “Stew” beam in charge (p4); Outdoor diamond practice starts: Twenty-five answer Fox’s first call, infield defense looks good (p4); Bad weather holds up building of gym: Contractor assures completion by time school opens in fall (p4)
Greek life; Engineering; Tennis; Construction
November 13rd, 1928 Vandals expect tough pickings against Montana: Game will be feature of Grizzly Homecoming at Missoula; Former student contest winner: Myrton Blackler and Elizabeth Jensen win in Atwater Kent audition contest; Bears and Trojans still tied in race for coast honors: California barely noses out Washington  to 0 at Seattle; Students welcome Armistice Holiday, Campus deserted; Idaho grads win many offices in state elections: Alumni and former student candidates are successful at Polls; Law professor L.D.S. speaker: Addresses audience of Armistice Day program at institute students take part also; Airplane crash fatal to former Idaho students: Harry McDougall and Edla Rice killed when Monocoupe dives; Women marksmen have three meets: To shoot against South Dakota, Carnegie Tech and W.S.C.; Gonzaga defeats St. Mary’s 20 to 7: Bulldogs win on 2 touchdowns in second half, Hunting stars; Juniors ‘All set’ for first mixer: Traditional get-to-gether to be held tonight at Blue Bucket; Name candidates for scholarship: Two University of Idaho and one C. of I. students in line for Rhodes awards; Mine graduates work in far lands: Alumni of Idaho school get jobs from Alaska to Chile; “Little” green in North on business: Law school graduate, formerly with Justice Lee, now with Firm of James Allshie, Jr.; Formal togs get boost at Oregon: O.S.C. seniors will don tuxedos and evening gowns when they pose for pictures; Will show grizzly tilt on gridgraph: Intercollegiate Knights run football board in old gym for two remaining games; Women debaters in triangular meet: Idaho coeds appear first time against Whitman and Washington December 18; Home Ec dept. Gets new refrigerator: General electric product produces 12 pounds of ice per day, report is made; Campus is quiet in Armistice Day: Dances and school programs are only celebrations in Moscow; Indoor baseball next on calendar: Intramural players to have use of new gymnasium soon; O.S.C. is all set for homecoming: Annual grid classic against University of Oregon to be main feature Nov. 16-17;  Fijis throw away oars and lifebelts; Gem editor wants group pictures soon: Photos needed by December 1, to facilitate layout work, say McDonald; Professor at U. of W. solves exam cheating; Faculty members marry Saturday: Miss Vaughn Prater and H. E. Lattig are wed at Colfax; Aimee McPherson fails to convert Scottish students; Will investigate campus bookstore: Alpha Kappa Psi and Blue Key to look into plan for student store (p3); College football is infant industry: Herbert Hoover made sport pay at Stanford in 1893 (p4); Los Angeles lawyer wants appearance at U.S.C. Idaho contest (p4); “Pop” lowers bars to gridiron fans: Stanford coach relents and throws open gates that have been locked virtually all season (p4); Football is given too much attention: Congressman Burton says politics should not be shaved to background in favor of amusements (p4)
Armistice Day; Baseball; Football; Greek life; Music contests